""There were girls, girls and more girls. Whistling girls. Screaming girls. Singing girls," the @nytimes wrote of @thebeatles's arrival at Kennedy International Airport, 52 years ago this month. The @nytimes article continued, speculating that the rock 'n' roll group — which was greeted at #JFK by more than 3,000 fans — could become "Britain's most successful export since the bowler." The @nytimes staff photographer Carl T. Gossett, Jr. photographed this group of #Beatlemaniacs in hysterics across the street from @theplazahotel, where the #Beatles were staying in a 10-room suite with a guard on duty 24 hours a day. #tbt" By nytimes on Instagram.
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